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In Frey v. Hotel Coleman, Frey alleges sexual harassment and retaliation against her employer, a service company hired to run the Hotel Coleman. In overturning a summary judgment order that denied that the Hotel Coleman was Frey’s employer, the 7th Circuit held that the most defining factor in determining whether an organization is an employer is the “economic realities test,” the decision as to which organization had control of the manner in which the work is done.